Juliet Ruin are currently finishing up their first full-length album ‘Old Stardust, Love and Chaos’. To introduce this work of art they are releasing the first single ‘Seasons’.
“‘Old Stardust, Love, and Chaos’ stays true to a lot of our root qualities in terms of catchy hooks and overall groove. But fans can expect a lot of new and even somewhat experimental things on the album as well. Lyrically speaking this album delves into a little bit deeper subject matter than the EP, focusing a lot on personal introspection and mental health. As well as general societal concerns from differing degrees of headspace; from optimism to apathy.”
The single is about the goddess of spring and hell in Greek mythology and serves as a nod to badass women everywhere. The music coming is laced with fury, reflection, and tears. The band expands of the meaning behind the single:
“Our first single off the album, ‘Seasons’, is a mainly clean-vocals, poetic retelling of Persephone and Hades in Greek mythology. ‘Seasons’ has an emotional vibe to it and celebrates the balance of powers within the spectrum of femininity. As well as the metaphorical ties between seasons and nature the mother.”